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(EN) - Visual Effects Glossary | Lee Gabel Design

(EN) - Visual Effects Glossary | Lee Gabel Design | Visual Effects | Scoop.it
3:2 Pulldown - See telecine. 3d studio max - A popular digital 3d modeling and animation software program. after effects - A popular digital compositing software program used in film and TV. alpha channel - A digital matte. See matte. animation - The process of conveying movement by displaying a sequence of images over time. animatronics - Puppets of human, animal, or ... Lee Gabel, an independent graphic design and visual effects artist based in Victoria, BC, Canada.
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How to Make an Interactive Lesson Using Youtube | Knewton Blog

How to Make an Interactive Lesson Using Youtube | Knewton Blog | Visual Effects | Scoop.it

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Tim Scholze's curator insight, January 3, 2013 10:15 PM

This may have potential if it's not just used as a way to try and keep kids attention so they don't mess around during a video.

Alex Briscese's curator insight, January 4, 2013 9:50 AM

Alcuni consigli su come utilizzare correttamente Youtube con le annotazioni interattive per creare video didattici e sfruttare al meglio il sito di video sharing per e-learning

Dean Mantz's curator insight, January 28, 2013 10:32 AM

Insightful share regarding methods of using YouTube for interactive classroom lessons.  

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Visual Effects Society Releases Cinematic Color White Paper: From Your Monitor to the Big Screen (PDF file)

Visual Effects Society Releases Cinematic Color White Paper: From Your Monitor to the Big Screen (PDF file) | Visual Effects | Scoop.it
Posted by Jennifer Wolfe on December 6, 2012"Los Angeles – The Visual Effects Society Technology Committee announced the release of its white paper, “Cinematic Color: From Your Monitor to the Big Screen.” The white paper, intended for computer graphic artists and software developers interested in color management, introduces techniques currently in use at major production facilities.The document draws attention to challenges that are not covered in traditional color-management textbooks or online resources, and often passed along only by word of mouth, user forums or scripts copied between facilities.The 54-page white paper contains text, diagrams, tables and images that address:• Technical issues that can arise in handling texture painting, lighting, rendering, compositing and image display in the theater.• Color science, color encoding and scene-referred and display-referred colorimetry; extending these concepts to their use in modern motion picture color management.• Recent efforts on digital color standardization in the motion picture industry (CES and CDL), and how to experiment with these concepts for free using open-source software (OpenColorIO)."...Download Cinematic Color: From Your Monitor to the Big Screen (PDF 6.6 MB)AWN.comVisualEffectsSociety.comCinematicColor.com
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Six [totally awesome] Web Presentation Tools for Teachers at a Glance

Six [totally awesome] Web Presentation Tools for Teachers at a Glance | Visual Effects | Scoop.it

Below, you will find a link to a table I’ve made that puts information about these sources into an “at a glance” format. You’ll be able to easily reference what the tool is, what it does, and how it could be used in the classroom. You will also get access to links for the actual websites so that you can sign up and start creating! Before you do that, though, I’ve also got links to some examples on the final page for your perusal. (Keep in mind that these are just samples, not Pulitzer or Golden Apple material.) It is my hope that my own hours of time narrowing the field of free web tools will help others in their teaching, and help some new surfers to get up on that wave. Try to learn and implement one new thing this year… even that is a huge accomplishment. Come on in, the water’s fine! At the live session, you even get me to come around, assist you, and personally answer your questions about how these contraptions work…


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Charlotte's comment, August 3, 2012 10:33 AM
May I also add Present.Me that allows you to attach a video of yourself presenting to your powerpoint presentation. I use it to send to my class when I cannot be there for their lessons. Genuis.
Baiba Svenca's comment, August 3, 2012 12:01 PM
I agree Charlotte! Present.me is awesome, I use it too. And Prezi, and many more tools.... But that was the author's choice. I like the annotations and tips very much!
Mayra.Loves.Books's curator insight, January 28, 2013 8:36 AM

Must try SPICY NODES !